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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD NOTED SCOTCH FO BALL m DEAD 8ANDY McMAHON OF INTERNATIONAL SOCCER FAME, HAS PASSEU AWAY Footlmllors' here will Umrn with (liVli ri-Kicl nf lilt! (Iciith df Suiidy Mt-MalioM, llic lumcuis CclUr. unil KcoUiKli imeiiiiilioiiiilist. 'Plir, "Diikf" us he was more fainiliarl- Ciillcen. If the i)all was at all aeeiiratcly placed "Sandy's" head was always able to di-vyrt it through the .ujoal or cause the custodian to elTecl a hrilliant save. iVc'Mahon played aR.iinst ICnuhmd in aS()2, "a;!, 'ill and had also honors against Ireland and Wales. PAGE THREE TO PLAY HOCKEY THERE TONIGHT WITH TOWN'S STAR SEPTETTE A picked team fronr the .'iflth Battery left on the early morning train for I'ineliL-r ('.reeloint ; Downer, rover ; Sears, centre ; (Irccr, riiiht winj!;; f-.talTord, left winu;. The team �'as accompanied to I'inchi'r hy ;i numlicr of supporters, inclinline; civilians and memliers of liatterv. I � Hockey Notes ! The Kilties are iu\estij;atitii; tlic ! pi s-,il)ilil ics for hockey material for JOE lER m DEFLATE STECHER UNCOVERS NEW YORK MYSTERY IN 15 MINUTES On retiring from the "-anic :\!c:\Iah- n teaii! to eript\ire the laur.ls of the on was (iiviaged in the licensed tr.idc eilv from llie Hankers, Ijatterv and and latterly as a steward on the An-, Mounted Police, chor Line steamers tilving hctwecn | CIlaSKow and New York. Thouuh defeated hv 7 to 0 liv the '2nd Hatlerv team last Saturdav, the lAIomiled Police are still in tie riiij; and will he heard from later to uood advantaj^e. .'Vs a prelude to the Hatterv-Biink-prs' p;anie Saturday aftoruootv t'.ie [.cllihridaic t.Tdies' (-cam will pla'- the Battery 2nd team ,i short Raiiie. The Banlcers and the Battery will hoov an naain Saturdav afternoon at the Battery rink. The Battery t'am has heea streniUhcned considerably and tlicv Iia' e confidence of Keltinj; Taber Defeated Again Tahcr curlers aRniii faikd to lift the Cadillac tropliy, and they were again deleatjd on total points. Wright heat llamiiton, hut Cook fell down before Johnson hy ^ Rrcater niarpiiu than Wright l.cit llainillon. Arc the Tabcritcs di.sheartcned '? Not by a lonn shot. They will ho ritht back ,., . , ,,, , , ^ , aRaiii Saturday niRlit, it arrangements even nviUy theiy o,v,m>"eiiVs. \he ioTin- -A You feel safe When you'vG washed with LifGl)uoy Soap. No m&tter how Krimy your hands-no matter how genn-lailcn they may be from the day's work, Lifebuoy cleanses and safeg-uard,3 your skin. The mild carbolic odor quickly vanishes, but its benefit!! linger. All GnocER3 GOLD FROM JAPAN Honolulu, \ an o'lii'loyee ot the riib-her eompany, enlisted, and notified i lie !; I i:i. 1 .e remained in his (-111- ] lilo.Miieiil a fev,- (lavi; and was ap-j l>i'OiUhed liy .'deyi-r ;iiid asked if h(> was lAoiu'-; \-.i;cTie:)i 1'.� dcparimciU that Iho Iriiil niiM mil .Aristocrats scored lthrc(� goals, the Millionaires devclop-I ed groat scorip.i.' ability, and when the final coaht was totalled up had jthe tally IC to -1 in their favor. I Tcmpsst in Teapot j Ottawa, Fol). 1.-Lieut.-Coi. Loehead iiiad an interview wiili tiie minister Uif militia. j "It is a tempc'St in a teapot," (io-. dared .M.Tjor^joneral Huglies, in referring to the, interview. "Pay no at-, teiition to it." j "Col. Lochoad," said the minister. I "Informs me that llic ureat majority of tho riernian Cniuulians arc intensely loyal, exeunt for. an odd one here and th(ir(-i. A few C/crmans liave eoine in from tho United States and other points, seeking to create dis-s(;nRion. Tltese probably will he interned.'' At the brancii of the justice department whore prosecutions in such matters are handled, any knowledge at all of tho -Moyor case v,-as deniroccss m maaiug sugar. All over the Empire women are seen doing the work formerly done by tho men now at tho front. WOULD MAKE CRIMINALS OF BASEBALL PLAYERS Boston, Feb. 2.-Friends of baseball opposed before a legislative committee a bill which they asserted would make players criminals in this state. The measure, intended to prohibit "African dodging," provides that any 1 person who, for hire or in a public' place, invites any one to throw, re-! lease or shoot a ball at his head, shall ; bo lined not more than $100, or ini-1 prisoned for not more tlian o;io year. Those opposed to the bill argued that it would make hascball batsmen or catchers technical criminals. FOUR BOXING BOUTS ? ... .> Skates KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND^BUY THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate SKATES AT MAC'S. HOLLOW GROUND, D. E. MacDonald GUrgSMltH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 'm 5th St. S,, -. Phone 1032 BOWLING DOMINION ALLEYS Basement' Dominion Building � entrance on- sixth Street SMITH BARRED FOR THROWING HIS STICK Montreal, Feb. 1.-Tiio referee of ; v ; ? ; ? ? > Bonds Beats Root /Missoula, iMont., Fob. I.-^.lon Bonds of Tacoma knocked out .lack Koot of Portland in tho third round of u scheduled iO-round match here last night. Honds lloorcd Koot in the first round. Bonds wciglmd ISO and Uoot 215. Kilbane Outclasses Hommey Philadelphia, Feb. 1.-Johnny Kil-ban(!, I'entherwel.ght chamiiion, outclassed Packey Hommey of New York in a six-round bout hero tonight, Krnner and Palmer Win .Milwatikeo, h"eb. 1.-In I wo fast tho Quebec-Toronto gamo reported I'tu'l^s hero tonight Billy Kramer, llil-olllcially to Present T. Kmmott Quinn i ^^�a"'er, .Memphis lightweight, shaded hla sticlt at an opposing player about Otto Wallace, Milwaukee, in to score, in the period ot overtime j'�'"^ opinion of tho gporfing writers, play and thoroforo in accordanoo with tho now rule put into force about a month ago, Mr. Quinn has notillcd Quebec that Smith cannot play in tho {'q i,^,.^ next match tor which Quebec is, ii..iitwelKhts scheduled. - " ' Duffv and Bronnan Draw Buffalo, "Fob. ].-Jimmy Duffy and Willie Brennau boxed a 10-round 'bout toniglit. Both are NO ENGLISH-MADE SHELLS FOR THE HARVARD CREWS Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 1.-Harvard's racing shells will bo nindo in tho United States ot America this season tor tho first time in six years. An order for six shells. Including tho ones wlilch will bo used in. tho Yalo and Princeton regattas, wag placed with a local linn today, it has been Hio custom to have the shells constructed in England. ? :> The Scorint] Stars 'Cyclone" Taylor ot the Vancouver .^lilliomiires is right tlioru in tho list of scoring stars: Games played G. A. . Pts. It Taylor,' Van, ... 11 9 20 10 Kerr, Vic...... 8 10 IS 10 Tobin, Port, ,. 12 fi IS' tl Morris, Soattlo. 12 i ,10 10 Dnndordnlo, P, . 11 ir.- 10 Patrick, Vic. . , 8 I! il H Cook, Van..... tl 1 12 11 Oatmnii, J'ort. . Jl 1 12 10 Mallon, Vie. .. 7 4 11 11 Wilson, Seatilo. 7 3 10 10 Harrhs, Port. .. C 4 10 8 Mackay, Van, .. 7' 2 !l The Standings Games Goals W. L. h\ A. Pet, Portland...... S 3 Jfi 32 ,727 Vr.ucouvor..... 7 �I 42 37 ,030 Seattle ..... ,. -1 7 3,') 43 .301 Victoria a 8 II ca .273 The First and only Presentation of the French Government's Official Motion Pictures Under tlie Auspices of The Lethbridge Herald Taken under the Supervision and * with the aid of the Great General Staff of the French Army for the National Archives Actual battle scenes and conditions direct from the battle fronts, brought to this country by Baron Lieut. H. S. de Malausseul and Dr. J. R. Williams Admission - - ^ ... . 25c, 35c and 50c Children 15c at all Performances Seats on Sale at Medley's. Hoiirs-7 to 11 LECTURER WILL EXPLAIN .PICTURES 1?597877 ;